Frog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-DurisekFrog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek
Frog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-DurisekFrog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek Herald-Leader
Frog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-DurisekFrog pool at the visitor center fascinates tadpole naturalists... see if you can find the frog in the next photo. Raven Run Nature Sanctuary is a great location for introducing children to hiking the woods. Flat, well maintained paths are near the nature center, which is accessed via a short paved pathway. Further down the path, hiking is more strenuous, passing stream beds, historic mill foundations and a Kentucky River Palisades overlook. Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek Herald-Leader

Want to get your screen-addicted child outside? Central Kentucky has plenty of options for natural fun

September 28, 2015 11:24 AM